Enterprise Communications has signed a reseller agreement with
The integrator will resell the Siemens enterprise portfolio, including converged voice, data and wireless platforms and its unified communications solutions. Siemens said the agreement will open up the SME and public sector markets.
Paul Morgan, sales director indirect channel Siemens Enterprise Communications, said: “Channel partners are vital to our success; our go to market strategy is built on providing customers with quality products and services via the most appropriate means. I am delighted that we will be working with Bailey Teswaine, its track record and experience will enable us to target more customers to drive the demand and pull of our products.”
Gerry Carroll, marketing director at Bailey Teswaine, said: “Partnering with Siemens Enterprise Communications provides us with the opportunity to widen our offering to our customer base. This agreement is in-line with our strategy to increase our portfolio of services and solutions and to drive growth in the business."
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